13 Best Automotive Replacement Spindles Bearings

List Updated October 2020

Bestselling Automotive Replacement Spindles Bearings in 2020


WARN 11690 Standard Manual Hubs

WARN 11690 Standard Manual Hubs
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Designed for OEM hub replacement
  • 4140 steel clutch ring and inner drive gear
  • Precision cast hub body
  • For use with 30 spline axles
  • Lifetime limited warranty

Spindle Assembly for Excel Repl Excel 783506

Spindle Assembly for Excel Repl Excel 783506
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Cast Iron Spindle Assembly Replaces Excel (or Huster) Spindle Number 783506
  • Spindle, shaft, bearings (pulley not included)

Rigid Hitch Pair of 4-Bolt On 4 Inch Hub Assembly (AKRD-220044) Includes (2) 1-1/16 Inch Straight Spindles & Bearings

Rigid Hitch Pair of 4-Bolt On 4 Inch Hub Assembly (AKRD-220044) Includes (2) 1-1/16 Inch Straight Spindles & Bearings
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Pair of 1-1/16" straight spindles includes castle nuts and cotter pins.
  • Bearings included - (4) L-44649 1-1/16" inside dimension
  • Hubs have pre-installed pressed in races
  • Hub has a 4-bolt pattern on 4" bolt circle. Pilot diameter 2-1/2", flange diameter 5.56" and measures 4-1/4" tall (through center of hub)
  • Spindles feature a ROUND 1-1/4" stock diameter with a bearing surface of 1-1/16 inch.

Club Car Front Spindle/Hub Wheel Bearing Set (74-03) DS Golf Cart

Club Car Front Spindle/Hub Wheel Bearing Set (74-03) DS Golf Cart
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Allows your tire to spin freely without damaging your spindle.
  • OEM quality for a fraction of the cost!! "The King" knows that a Penny Saved is a penny earned!!!
  • Will not fit DS models with black plastic dust covers.
  • Fits the Following Cart(s): Club Car (1973-2003) DS model years with steel front dust covers.

Precision TH440K6 Trailer Hub Kit

Precision TH440K6 Trailer Hub Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Quad-lip seal provides maximum contamination protection
  • Precision-matched components deliver smooth and quiet operation
  • Ensures proper ABS function and quiet operation
  • Integral raceway provides proper clearance between the ball and bearing riding surfaces
  • Improved connection and conductivity of the ABS signal due to high strength polymer and copper wiring

GearWrench 41660D Spindle Nut Service Kit

GearWrench 41660D Spindle Nut Service Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Spindle-nut service kit for use with SUV, light truck axle locknuts
  • Features 1/2-inch drive sockets for multiple applications
  • Chrome vanadium steel construction
  • Packaged in durable, blow-molded case with easy-to-use instructions
  • Lifetime warranty

Southwest Wheel 3,500 lbs. Trailer Axle Electric Brake Kit 5-4.5 Bolt Circle

Southwest Wheel 3,500 lbs. Trailer Axle Electric Brake Kit 5-4.5 Bolt Circle
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Pair of 10" x 2 1/4" 5-4.5" bolt circle TruRyde hub and drums with parts (2 5/8" from center of one stud to the center of the next stud)
  • Pair of 10" x 2 1/4" TruRyde electric backing plates
  • Works with Al-Ko, Dexter, Lippert, and Quality Trailer Axles
  • Comes with TruRyde bearings, seals, lug nuts, grease caps, cotter pins, spindle washers, spindle nuts, and brake mounting washers and nuts
  • Built for 84 spindles with a 4 hole brake flange (inner bearing L68149, outer bearing L44649)

3,500 lb Standard Idler Trailer Axle - 73" Hubface, 58" Spring Center - Bolt Pattern 5x4.5 ( Idler Axle W/ Hubs, Bearings, Lugs & Nuts)

3,500 lb Standard Idler Trailer Axle - 73
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Complete Rockwell American 3,500 lb Idler Axle - Made in the USA
  • 3,500 lb Idler Axle with Hubs, Bearings, Lugs & Nuts (2 Year MFG Warranty) & (1) 32 oz Johnson Trailer Parts Insulated Mug
  • This Axle Comes with a Superior Powder Coated Finish and Posi-Lube Spindles that Provide Continuous Bearing Protection
  • 5 Lug on 4.5 Bolt Pattern (other bolt patterns available - Contact Johnson Trailer Parts)
  • Replaces Dexter, Al-ko & TK Trailer Axles. This Axle Kit is Available in the Sizes Shown in the 3rd Picture - Search "Johnson Trailer Parts or Rockwell American" in Amazon Search Bar for more Trailer Parts

CE Smith Trailer 13110 Trailer Hub Kit (1" Stud (4 x 4))- Replacement Parts and Accessories for Your Ski Boat, Fishing Boat or Sailboat Trailer

CE Smith Trailer 13110 Trailer Hub Kit (1
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Crown Automotive J8127356 Spindle Bearing Kit

Crown Automotive J8127356 Spindle Bearing Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Crown Automotive a trusted industry leader

Oregon 85-049 Spindle Shaft for Oregon 82-515

Oregon 85-049 Spindle Shaft for Oregon 82-515
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Oregon 85-049
  • Spindle shaft
  • Fits Oregon part 82-515
  • Includes two Oregon 45-259 bearings
  • 1-Year warranty for defects and material and workmanship

Southwest Wheel 3,500 lbs. Trailer Axle Electric Brake Kit 5-5 Bolt Circle

Southwest Wheel 3,500 lbs. Trailer Axle Electric Brake Kit 5-5 Bolt Circle
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Pair of 10" x 2 1/4" 5-5" bolt circle hub and drums with parts (3" from center of one stud to the center of the next stud)
  • Pair of 10" x 2 1/4" electric backing plates
  • Works with Al-Ko, Dexter, Lippert,and Quality Trailer Axles
  • Comes with bearings, seals, lug nuts, grease caps, cotter pins, spindle washers, spindle nuts, and brake mounting washers and nuts
  • Built for 84 spindles with a 4 hole brake flange (inner bearing L68149, outer bearing L44649)

EXEDY CH15 Multi Spline Hub

EXEDY CH15 Multi Spline Hub
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Famed quality and reliability
  • Specified OEM equipment worldwide and manufactured
  • All product designed using the latest technology

How to Grease Bicycle Wheel Bearings

The proper techniques for re-greasing your BMX or other pedal bicycle wheels.

First, remove the wheel from the bicycle. This is usually done with a 15mm end wrench or socket, although other sizes do exist.

Second, remove the inner nuts (bearing cones) and axle seal, if present. Be careful during this step, as you could lose bearings on the ground very easily. I set the wheel on something flat, remove one side, regrease the bearings and then do the other side to minimize the risk of bearings escaping.

At this point, you may want to take a wire brush or wheel and scrape the crud off of the threads on the axle. The gunk that builds up in there can prevent smooth removal and replacement of nuts and bearing seals. Besides, it makes it look better.

Once you have the inner nut (classically 17mm or 14mm, depending on the wheel size and make/model) and axle seal out, CAREFULLY remove the bearings and inspect them. You want them to be ROUND, and free of debris. Put the bearings in a separate container (I use coffee cans or small boxes) and inspect the cones and hub where the bearings reside. Cleanse the area with a good strong solvent like disc brake cleaner or engine degreaser. If everything looks good, you are ready to clean the bearings themselves.

I clean wheel bearings with brake parts cleaner, but anything that really cuts through grease and grime will work. I either place the bearings in a container and let them sit in the cleaning solvent for a few minutes, or simply hold them in my hand, saturate them in brake cleaner and rub them around aggressively until they appear shiny and silver.

Now you are ready to reinstall the bearings. Coat the inner hub with a good grease (I use moly-graphite disc brake grease - works wonderfully and a whole can of it costs only around 4 or 5 dollars) and place the bearings back in, being careful once again not to lose them. Once the bearings are sitting in place, put more grease on your finger and apply directly to the bearings and the cone (the inner tapered nut) and thread the cone and seal, if one was present. Don't be afraid to use a bit too much, the excess grease will ooze out of the hub anyhow once you install the cone and seals, and you can wipe that away with a rag easily.

Fine-tuning your wheel takes some practice, but after a few times it becomes second nature. Once both sides of the wheel have been done and your bearings are completely lubed, tighten the cones until they BARELY slow the wheel down, then loosen them a tad. Put on the secondary nut to keep everything in place, and make sure your axle does not wiggle back and forth in the housing. You want it JUST past the wiggle point, which keeps everything in place and allows for the best bearing movement, which translates into GREAT wheel spin.

Lastly, reinstall the wheel onto the bike, making sure you haven't knocked the brakes out of whack in the process. Check your air pressure (classically 40 psi is great), tighten up the outer wheel nuts and give her a spin! You will probably notice the difference right away, and so will your bearings.

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